School psychology students present, lobby in Washington, D.C.
School psychology faculty members Lisa Stewart and Peg Potter and graduate students David Gano, Hannah Korcuska and Kelli McGovern recently attended the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) in Washington, D.C.
Gano, McGovern, and Stewart were part of a symposium, “Incremental Rehearsal: Effective and Efficient Research-Based Memory Interventions” where Gano and McGovern presented the results of their Master’s theses. Additional presenters were from Northeastern University in Boston and the University of Minnesota.
Korcuska joined over 250 other graduate students for a day of lobbying on Capitol Hill on behalf of educational issues. She had meetings with staff members for three different members of Congress.